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The drop certainly could of have more information about the miniatures and the packaging. I was Disappointed to find the amount of scrap and run off pieces still attached to the individual parts; if this was part of a sprocket then it's understandable, however a sprocket was not included in any of the minis. Each one was in a small, zip lock bag with folded stock paper indicating how pieces are to fit together. Given the size of the box they arrived in, I would of assumed each mini was packaged in a blister pack or box, yet nothing beyond bubble wrap could be found in terms of packaging.
The quality of the material used, the resin was that of a higher quality soft spool resin you would typically work with in an higher-mid tier 3d printer. There is very little 'noise' that would require touching up with sandpaper and files. The casting seems to of been among the first as the surfaces and details come out very well if you can see past the gratuitous amounts of runoff that needs to be cut off, sanded and smoothed. it seems like some pieces have multiple contact end points which is a bit baffling and makes you wonder why these minis were cast in so many pieces to begin with. Overall, some pieces could of probably been cast together as larger connected units as you would usually see models from other companies achieve greater results with units of a 24mm scale (smaller than the 32mm and above scale of this drop). The included black bases are also incredibly thin. I doubt I will order another launch as the price for what was being offered is no longer compelling given the quality of this drop.
Good quality Resin
Included instructions for pieces are a nice thing to have
Each piece of each mini needs to be sanded, filed and refined more so that what you would usually find within this price range ($40 this drop).
Some contact points are impossibly small and makes gluing these parts without excess glue needlessly difficult.
Packaging could of been either smaller or larger to reduce the size of the shipping box or to fill the one they arrived in.